• Special Announcement:

    In an effort to keep the members, businesses and organizations of the Spring-Ford Chamber of Commerce safe and healthy; our Board of Directors has chosen to not hold the fall events previously rescheduled from the spring. Meaning, events such as our Annual Luncheon, Fashion Show and Community Day will sadly, not be held in our 2020 Calendar Year.
    We will however, in the next few weeks, be announcing some fun alternative events for our fall schedule. The health and wellness of our members is our upmost priority.
    Please know that the chamber is here for YOU. We have been striving to provide up-to-date information for our businesses in regards to local, regional and state resources. We continue to provide weekly updates regarding any member information and hope you utilize us as an asset to announce any important information your organization needs to share.
    If there is anything we at the Spring-Ford Chamber can do to assist your business or organization, please do not hesitate to reach out to us during this unprecedented time. We look forward to ending our year on a high note! So stay tuned for our special announcements regarding a few fun and special events coming soon....and will plan on making 2021 a better year then 2020!
  • Let's Stay Connected

    Opportunities for the Spring-Ford Chamber Members and Non-Members to stay connected
    Link for all chamber virtual events including webinar's and check in's is listed below:

    Shark Think Tank - Every Thursday at 11:30am

    Watch our recorded webinars!

    Chamber Webinar: What does the Future Look Like for Business in Montgomery County
              presented by David Zellers, Montgomery County Department of Commerce


    Chamber Webinar: PPP and Unemployment; Your Unanswered Questions
              presented by Ann Angelucci, Premier Payroll

  • What's Happening at the
    Spring-Ford Chamber

  • Letter from our
    President 2020

    As 2019 comes to a close and 2020 opens, the business community faces many challenges that either directly or indirectly impact your ability to remain competitive in the marketplace. The US economy is built upon the foundation of small, community based businesses and we are concerned about federal and state policies and laws that either support or limit business growth. As a business owner, your membership in the Spring-Ford Chamber helps to promote pro-business advocacy at the state and federal level. In addition, your membership supports the Chamber’s effort to create a greater sense of pride in our community as well as providing opportunities to meet other like-minded business owners in the area.

    The mission of the Spring-Ford Chamber is to support and serve our members by providing opportunities to build personal and professional networks, as well as meaningful professional development opportunities. One question that is always on the minds of those who serve on the Chamber Board is, “How can we better serve our members?” Social events, volunteer opportunities, networking opportunities and community programs all serve to promote a healthy pro-business environment. So the question is: how can we better serve you? The goal of the Spring-Ford Chamber of Commerce is to serve and be a resource to our members. So please help us to help you by your continued membership and involvement in your local business support organization. Working together we can continue to grow and prosper by enhancing the lives of those we serve.


    Looking forward to a great year in 2019.



     Dr. David R. Goodin, President of the Spring-Ford Chamber of Commerce and Superintendent of the Spring Ford Area School District

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